14.09.08 by Jeff

Maui R.I.P.

I never took a camera with me to Hawaii because I am an idiot a light packer – so I have been creepin’ on Facebook stealing photos from friends’ albums. The place really does live up to the hype. If I can figure out how to fully waterproof my Macbook I might move back to Maui and just live underwater. Someone told me they didn’t think that would be possible but I am pretty sure they are wrong. Alternate titles for this post: “Sayonara golden tan” and “Seasonal depression starts now”.

Back to work…













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Im pretty sure you can live underwater – its possible! You know how people live in a bubble right? I’m sure you could use the same concept on making that bubble, but being used for water purposes?? hahahaa that’d be awesome

  • Yeah, Maui is the best!





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